Today Mr Wakefield has been reported as supporting the government’s representative in South Swindon, Ms Snelgrove.
Anne asked me to come along today, not to endorse her in the traditional way, but in recognition of the fact that Anne as been a very good constituency MP for Swindon.
But he’s also been reported as helping her opponent Mr Buckland with canvassing.
Thanks to Steve Wakefield for giving me a hand with canvassing today.
Even though he somewhat disputes that, it’s refreshing to see Mr Wakefield taking such an independent, non-partisan approach. Whether Ms Snelgrove will find the ambivalence of one of the two star exhibits at her campaign launch so refreshing is another matter.
One thing puzzles komadori in Ms Snelgrove’s plea for re-election.
We moved to Swindon in 2004 and my husband Mike and I live in the centre of town. Mike teaches English at Cirencester Sixth Form College and has taught many Swindon students.
Information komadori has from late that year suggests an address west of Stroud in Gloucestershire, rather than central Swindon.